How to make your holiday home more sustainable: A guide for second homeowners 

LONDON, England, 2021-Nov-26 — /Travel PR News/ — Earlier this month, world leaders at the COP26 summit called for a government drive to encourage Brits to holiday at home to minimise the negative impacts of travel on the environment. While this is great news for the UK travel sector, there’s more that can be done by holiday homeowners to reduce their… Read the full press release

Blue Islands and partners with Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust to manage its carbon emissions via Rewild Carbon

St. Peter Port, Guernsey, 2021-Nov-23 — /Travel PR News/ — Blue Islands is committed to every one of its flights being carbon neutral from 1 December 2021 through a new partnership with Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust. The local airline will balance the carbon impacts of delivering regional air connectivity, which is a vital part of… Read the full press release

Bristol Airport partners with Ørsted in a significant step towards reducing its carbon footprint

Bristol, UK, 2019-Sep-10 — /Travel PR News/ — In a significant step towards reducing its carbon footprint, Bristol Airport has switched to a 100 per cent renewable electricity supply. The announcement follows the recent publication of a carbon roadmap setting out how the Airport will become carbon neutral by 2025 for emissions within its direct control…. Read the full press release

Hilton Coylumbridge reduces its carbon footprint with £387.8K investment for new Biomass Energy Centre

Hilton Coylumbridge Announces Completion of Bespoke Biomass System to Provide Sustainable Energy for the 60-Acre Hotel Located in the Cairngorms National Park COYLUMBIRDGE, U.K., 2016-May-10 — /Travel PR News/ —  Hilton Coylumbridge has invested £387.8K in building a new Biomass Energy Centre to replace the previously existing oil fired boilers and reduce the hotel’s carbon footprint…. Read the full press release

London City Airport recognised for its increasing commitment to reducing its carbon footprint by Airport Carbon Accreditation

LONDON, 2014-7-28 — /Travel PR News/ — London City Airport has been recognised for its increasing commitment to reducing its carbon footprint by Airport Carbon Accreditation, an initiative of ACI (Airports Council International) Europe. CY has been awarded Level 2 accreditation, reflecting its success in reducing carbon emissions per passenger in 2013 and recognising its approved,… Read the full press release